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WHATSNEW.TXT Top-ten List

How often the top-10 virus list is updated in WHATSNEW.TXT available in VirusDefs of SEP ?????

Latest Update (May 23 2010 rev. 4) shows :-

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** Viruses and Blended Threats Alerts                                       **
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The ten most commonly reported threats for March 2009, worldwide:

    1  Trojan Horse
    2  W32.Sality.AE
    3  Downloader
    4  W32.SillyFDC
    5  Trojan.Brisv.A
    6  W32.Virut.CF
    7  W32.Downadup.B
    8  W32.Brisv.A!inf
    9  Infostealer.Gampass
   10  Backdoor.Trojan


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THANKS THE


THANKS THE WHATSNEW.TXT is really too outdated.

Is there anyway i can find the top-10 list frequently.

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I am checking with the

I am checking with the Security Response Team on this now.
I will get back to you ASAP.

Thomas
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Ok


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How Long........

Still no response @CycleTech
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Sorry for the delay. The word


Sorry for the delay. The word is that the WHATSNEW.TXT is not in demand,  so  "The 10 most common threats” section is not updated regularly.

Thomas
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THANKS THE


THANKS THE WHATSNEW.TXT is really too outdated.

Is there anyway i can find the top-10 list frequently.

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There are a few ways to get


There are a few ways to get that type of data.

1. Install the Threatcon Widget - http://www.symantec.com/business/threatcon/index.jsp

2. Download and install the Symantec Threat Monitor - http://www.symantec.com/business/theme.jsp?themeid=deepsight-screensaver

3. Licensed users can use the DeepSight Threat Management System - https://tms.symantec.com/Default.aspx

4. Visit the Security Response site for current threats , risks , and vulnerablilities - http://www.symantec.com/business/security_response/index.jsp#

Cheers,
Thomas